The homeowners of this 1990’s Geist area home in the Admirals Point neighborhood were in need of a Master Bath upgrade. Like so many of these 90’s era homes, the bathroom was still functional but was completely outdated and no longer fit the personal style of the owners.
This master bathroom was outdated but was not in need of any functionality adjustments. The efficient bathroom layout simply needed a “pull and replace” remodel.
The goal for this master bathroom was to update the aesthetics of the room to fit the homeowner’s style.
The large tub with the bulky surround was removed and replaced with a sleek freestanding tub with dark bronze fixtures.
With the large tub surround removed, there was extra space to enlarge the shower. The look of the shower was updated with glass doors and bronze fixtures. The tile used on the floor was continued of the back of the shower to give a luxurious look.
The floor of the shower is tiled with a small wood like hexagon mosaic tile. The wood-like pattern gives the shower more detail against the dark floors.
Both vanities in the bathroom were replaced with new dark cabinets and granite counter tops. Bronze plumbing fixtures were used to maintain continuity.
The original tile floor was replaced with a dark brown porcelain tile, that visually warms the entire room.